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Pre-k–12 Schools

Family of four in gallery viewing artwork

Plan Your Visit

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s (CMA) top priority is the safety of its visitors, volunteers, and staff. Read on for more information on our current protocols.

About Gallery Explorations

COVID-19 Guidelines: To maintain the health and safety of our staff and visitors, students are required to wear masks during their visit. For the time being groups are limited to 12 students. Classes larger than 12 students will be required to split up.

Gallery Exploration Topics

Bring your students to the CMA for an hour-long experience that sparks curiosity, challenges your students to consider the possibilities of art, and builds social-emotional skills by connecting them with artworks and each other.

Women Play Music for Radha and Krishna: Chitrini Nayika, from a Rasikapriya. CMA 2018.132
Self-Guided School Tours

The Cleveland Museum of Art welcomes self-guided school groups to visit the musuem.

Virtual Learning Topics

Connect with the CMA collection through live, interactive video sessions with a CMA educator. Explore artworks through discussion, writing, drawing, and movement.

Social-Emotional Learning through Art

Welcome to virtual learning with the Cleveland Museum of Art! This packet is intended to help you prepare for your 30-, 45-, or 60-minute session, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) through Art.

Connie Towson Ford Teaching Innovation Lab

The Connie Towson Ford Teaching Innovation Lab (TIL) serves as a launch point for object-based experiences in the CMA galleries. The TIL assists classroom teachers, community-based educators, CMA staff, volunteers, and others interested in using the museum as a tool for teaching and learning.

Flipgrid and Seasaw Prompts

The Cleveland Museum of Art has developed prompts for Flipgrid and Seasaw to help students engage with CMA art objects.